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!;/ii :L ' ii 2,~eMa/akoffNeWS, ~u~day,.M_a_y !5,~1980 .ooe : i:: :i: Members of the Malakoff Lions Club, Malakoff Dad's Club, Rotary Club, the Chamber of Commerce, the City of Malakoff, the Malakoff Cemetery Association, and the Lake Trails Chapter of American Business Women have all been preparing for mon- ths for a special banquet to be held Saturday night to honor Malakoff Volunteer Firemen. The joint civic activity is the first ever of its kind in Malakoff. All organizations have joined together to make the event special enought to properly honor men, both past and present members, who have served the area as firemen. Volunteer firemen spend hours each month in training; an- swer calls at all hours of the day and night; and at times risk their lives on a voluntary basis, while protecting us. They are on constant call, and their quick responses have saved lives and property damage. It is fitting that the volunteer firemen should be honored, and fitting that the honor should come as a total community effort. We urge that everyone attend the Firemen's Appreciation Banquet Saturday night. They would respond to you. ANN ROUNSAVALL 226 ,yOU m/ pmi Insurance Agency All Lines of Insurance * IAfe *Home *Bonds * Auto *Business N. Terry St. JERRY A. GARRISON 489-0512 II II IT: "=i TEXAS I~1~$ I Published Continuously Since m3 Publisher .................................................. Dan Dwelle Business Manager .......................................... Tom Finley Editor ................................................. Ann Rounsavall Office Manager ........................................ Sandy McGuffey Advertising Representative .............................. Roxle Merrow The Malakoff News (326700) is published weekly by Athens Printing Co. at Malakoff. 'Ix. post of. rice address being P.O. Box 509, Malakoff, "ix. 75146. Sub6criptton rates" {~ per year in Henderson Cotinty (senior citizen 50 percent discount available); $6.50 per year elsewhere in Texas; $7.50 per year elsewhere in continental United States. Second-c~ss postage paid at Malako/f, Tx, 75146. POSTMASTER Send address changes to The Malakoff News, P.O. Box 500 Matakoff, Ix. 7~148. !11 I ' |11 I Smith Drug & Variety GRADUATION _ swim soils .............. ........................... u.- TANK TOPS, PULL OVERS, SHIRTS ........................... $2.H- $4.91 JEWELRY: EARRINGS, BRACELETS, NECKLACES, RINGS ............. ALL PRICES WRIST WATCHES ....................................... FROM $16.H S & H Green Stamps Lay-Awlep your _ your vote of to my God as ,your, for your and Pd. Pal. Ad. Pd. For By Betty Smith, Payne Springs, Texas I want to thank this neighborhood for the sales and use of ANAEROBICUL for the past 30 years. For Septic Tanks, Lagoons Non-caustic and non-poisonous STARTS Septic Tank & Grease Trap Action STOPS Grease Trap & Septic Tank Odors CLEANS Clogged Drain Field Lines CLEANS Clogged Garbage Grinders The Most Valuable Part Of Your Bacteria Is Gone When You Have It Pumped! We guarantee that if you use one pound per year for 15 to 20 years, there will be need for pumping. Also, Anaerobicul eliminates odors. NOW SOLD AT *6.95 W. Royall Blvd. Malakoff 489-0891 Ad Paid For By J.C.B., P.O. Box 6144, Austin, Tx. 7876 i: CROSS ROADS HIGH SCHOOL girls were presented awards Friday night at the annual Awards Banquet held in Athens. Dallas Cowboy Burton Lawless was CROSS ROADS HIGH SCHOOL boys who won honors at the Awards Banquet are pictured Friday at the Henderson County Junior College Ballroom. (Staff Photo by Sandy McGuffey) ross Cross Roads School hosted the District U.I.L. meet for elementary and junior high schools on Saturday, May 3, with the following schools par- ticipating: Aquilla, Cross Roads, Dawson, Frost, Milford, Mildred, Penelope, Trinidad, Wortham, Abbott, elementary division after a favorable coin toss. They tied with Trinidad with a total of 50 points each. Trinidad received second place. In elementary participation, the Pic- ture Memory team from Cross Roads took first place. Fourth and fifth Bynum and Coolidge. graders on the team were: Julie Cress l~oads won first place in the Gideon, Becky Drummond, Stacie Stark, Shelly Harris, and Jerri Davis. f 1980 ' ~'~ There were four perfect papers on the | ]:~)LrrIc,A~L CALF_aN]DAB | team by the first four listed. In spelling, Tim Doolan came in first; Shaunna Up- [ COUNTY SHERIFF l church placed sixth. In Number Sense, | Charlle Fields [ Lynita Biggs took second place, Kristi , ,[ Athens, Texas [ Creech won third place in Oral itPOl'Adv'Pd'byc'Flelds'Athmm'Tx') / Reading. Kacie Logan placed fourth in tl TomBlllyGoodell l| Story Telling and David Leopard l Em~ce, Texas " I received sixth in Ready Writing. %~LeoL.~lv.~b,/T.(l~ode~,mmave, l'x.) ~./ In the Junior High Division of the - meet, Penelope took first place with a ) ~ total of 45 points. Dawson came in Cross Roads students placing in the junior high division were: Pydi 0NDINANC[N0.$3 Holmes--first place in Oral Reading with her reading of "The Ballad of the AN ORDINANCE PBOHIOITING fH[ PLACEMENT OF ANY Harp Weaver" by Edna St. Vincent BANNEN, A~ENTISEMENT, SIGN PLACARD OR POSTER Millay. Audrey Davis placed third, and Of ANY gllm k~qO~ CITY $rlRt'~, IN POM.IC Stephanie Leopard came in fourth PUmS, SmUT at oN mus OR tom o t+ totem of ' " THE CITY of i~oft, ANO PIIOVIDING A PENALTY. ill( IT ONOAINEO ill the City Council, of the City of iadlkOff, Tml Hotica of the Hamas of Parians Appearing as the owners SECTION 1. of Unclaimed Amounts Held By: From end after the afflcBve data hereof, it shall be FIRST STATE BANK unlawful fat lay I~ to hank or p/ace any banner, #d- TRINIDAD, TEXAS vedlsemont, sl|n, poster, or similar thin| across any city street, puhll place, or on the city street riirht-of-weys This notice is |ivan end published pursuant to Section Mtimat first obtainin| permission of the Malakoft City 3, Article 3272b, Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Ciwncll. Texas, in an aftort to locate persons who are the SECTION 2. dapolltors m owners of amounts in accounts that hive It shall be unlawful for any person to post, consent, remained inactive or dormant accordini to the provisions advise, or mist another person to post, stick, tack, or of Article 3272b for more than seven (7) years. any manner fasten any kind of a SiGn, placard, picture or The unclaimed amounts due the depositors or owners adwtisemont of any kind, Includln| say cord, picture, listed herein will he paid upon proof of ownership at the placard or advedisemont of any candidate for public of. office of the named depository within nine (9) months, lice on In/tree of pest located on o immedlatoiy ad- and If unclaimed thereafter they may be subject to jmmt to the public streets and risht-of-wsys in the City repot and consenmtlon by the State Treasurer in accer. of Malahoft. dance with uid Article 3272b. SECTION 3. Any Pumln who vk~tas any prlldsion of this ordlmlnca Names of Mmlnl Iklpmdtors and Last Known Address: thstl be 8ullty of l misdam50nor and upu~ conviction Ch~tor Bradley, Jr., 61103% N. Shepherd, Houston, shall be fined an amount net to exceed the wm of Tam 77016. f~t00,00, f~lasUne Broukins' Malakoft, Texas 75148. SECTION 4. Fimt Beetle Church, Royal Ama~dom, Trinidad, This ordinance *hall take effnct immdiatoly from and Texas 75163. after its pesHp and ~e publication of the caption, as Sondre French, Trinidad, Texas 75163. provided by law. Gona AUnn Hood, Haul. Murlin Jordan, Rt. l, Trinidad, Texas 75163. PASSED AND APPROVED this the lath day of May, Lowis L Long, c/o Jack life-Attorney.At-Law, Athens, H~0. Texas 75751. Howard Julian Minnie lcCIintnck, Estate, Trinidad, Texas 75163. MayorMatokoff Car Wash Malahoff, Texas 75148. Attest:. Mmrb Motor C~, 307 Alpine 0t., T~r, Texas 75701. John A. Left llhort Ndll, 221 S. Priiriexilla, Athens, Texas 75751. ianelp, Pat Smith, Rt. 3, Kemp, Texas 75143. Homemade hush puppies, cole slaw, tea or coffee. 5-9 p.m. Highway 31 Joey Ray Layfieid, owner 396-2379 I III guest speaker at the event. (Staff Photo by Sandy McGuffey) above. The banquet was held Dallas Cowboy Bt received a Roads students, that attended the Banquet Friday night. The banquet was held son County Lawless, who is a University of Florida Grosbeck, told Cross that God gave him the pete in professional five values that a person participation. Those discipline, cooperation, dedication and sportsm~ his swered guests that the Cowboy~ retired quarterback but that they all have Danny White. O, place. Tonya Tally placed fifth in Number Sense. Pydi Holmes placed sixth in Ready Writing. A special thanks to all the people who helped with the judging of the various contests. Your help contributed greatly to the success of our U.I.L. Meet. SCHOOL MENU, MAY 19-23 Monday: Macaroni and cheese, cold cuts, tossed salad, mixed vegetables, bread and milk. Tuesday: Beef-a-runT, cole slaw, orange slices, hot rolls, jello and milk. Wednesday: Grilled cheese san- dwich, pinto beans, raisins and milk. Thursday: Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, french fries, english peas, orange juice and milk. Friday: Spaghetti and meat sauce, tossed salad, purple hull peas, cor- nbread, cake squares and milk. the Pittsburg terested students that knee" tel strain is pro ball. Lawless said that son, released by didn't follow the rules. not going to son," he said. When asked about Lawless pointed out commentator is qui players, but has never himself. Sandra Wherley and were honored with the School Bobcat Award and Sandra Bevel were named runners-uP. Bobcat Awards were Holmes and ners-up were Stephanie Leopard. The invocation at the given by Rev. CharleS Don McKinnerney, schools, welcomed m by Ann Rounsava# Throughout my entire life I have suf- fered from a disease that causes my mouth to function prior to my brain. The disease has placed me in some un- comfortable positions and situations at times, but not one so bad as the current one. It all started a couple of weeks ago at a Malakoff City Council meeting. City Manager John Loft was bemoaning the fact that he had been unable to find someone to clean out the flower beds that surround the city complex. He even showed me a stretch of the bed where tall, loosly grown weeds were standing. "Chad, (our ten year-old son) is always looking for a way to earn a little money," I told John. "I'll bring him over and let him clean out the beds." The deal Was made. I was to bring Chad over and let him clean out the flower beds and the city would pay him $2 an hour. I think it is important that children learn how to work, and to assume responsibilities. When I was making this particular deal I guess I forgot that Chad has baseball workouts three af- ternoons a week and that we live six miles from Malakoff. In addition to that laspe of memory, John only showed me the good spots in the flower beds. He didn't take me around to the side where the beds were filled with bermuda grass, a little poison ivy, and briars. Chad's first day at work I realized that there was nowhere for me to go while he was cleaning out the beds. I couldn't just drop him off in Malakoff and leave him...we live also realized that it that could be as I had envisioned. the situation begin t( my weeding tool pesite end of the bed working. About dark we all over my swollen terribly. was not ready, and I was berating such an idiot. There ter It. I had told John do it, Saturday morning Chad and I left the city hall. I election day be held there. We Republican side, people would see us. It's surprising Republicans there are. at me a little They probably it anyway. The real was doing it for $I ; and I had to split We worked all get the back side of clean. By my esti Saturdays should Somebo@ I this one. My belief in law enforcement started at an early age as a son of a law enforcement officer. My degrees in administration, government, and seminars in law enforcement, give me the knowledge needed to run the Sheriff's Office. % MAN WH0 POL. ADV. PD. FOR BY CHARLIE FIELDS, ATHENS,